Tedeschi Trucks Band Tour 2022

Tedeschi Trucks Band reschedule ‘Wheels of Soul Tour’

Blues rockers Tedeschi Trucks Band will be delaying the next version of their Wheels of Soul Tour until 2022 behind their latest album ‘Signs’. The 18-date trek now kicks off June 24th in Jacksonville and extends through July making notable stops in Mobile, Indianapolis, Saratoga Springs, Philadelphia, Atlanta, Vienna and Charlotte. Joining the tour in support will be special guests Los Lobos and Gabe Dixon.

Tedeschi Trucks Band released their fourth studio album ‘Signs’ on February 15th, 2019 via Fantasy Records. The new album follows up 2016’s ‘Let Me Get By’ which reached #15 on the Billboard 200 and won Rock Blues Album of the Year at the 2017 Blues Music Awards. The group formed back in 2010 when married couple Derek Trucks and Susan Tedeschi put their solo bands on hiatus to form a new group which currently consists of 9 additional members.

Tedeschi Trucks Band Tour 2022

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    About Tedeschi Trucks Band Tour Albums

    Tedeschi Trucks Band appeared on the Jazz / Blues scene with the release of the album ‘Revelator’ published on June 7, 2011. The song ‘Midnight in Harlem’ was instantly a success and made Tedeschi Trucks Band one of the most popular acts at that moment. Afterwards, Tedeschi Trucks Band published the extremely famous album ‘Revelator’ which includes some of the most beloved work from the Tedeschi Trucks Band discography. ‘Revelator’ features the song ‘Come See About Me’ which has proven to be the most recognized for music lovers to hear during the shows. In addition to ‘Come See About Me’, most of other tracks from ‘Revelator’ have also become requested as a result. A handful of Tedeschi Trucks Band’s most beloved tour albums and songs are provided below. After 5 years since releasing ‘Revelator’ and having a huge impact in the business, music lovers consistently unite to watch Tedeschi Trucks Band in person to perform hits from the full collection.

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